Facing the Enemy @ Palais de Tokyo

Two exhibitions at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris are running concurrently that employ huge immersive installations to subvert our ideas on all things moral and political. Across large curated spaces Neil Beloufa’s L’ennemi de mon ennemi and Kader Attia and Jean-Jacques Lebel’s One and Other present the audience with work that will shock, scare […]

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Dior @ des Arts Décoratifs, Paris

The fashion exhibitions at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris makes those held at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London look like child’s play. Across multiple stunning galleries, the shows display the world’s most beautiful clothing, styles and stories across a programme of la crème de la crème of sartorial exhibitions. The current […]

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Chiharu Shiota @ Le Bon Marché, Paris

White. Soft, clean and pure. It is the colour of snow. It is fresh and gentle. The colour white is never associated with anything bad. In fact, it is often only linked with goodness. There is something magical about walking through Le Bon Marché in Paris right now. Large white forms have been suspended from […]

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Musée de Cluny @ Paris

I have probably been to Paris more than 50 times, yet on every visit I still manage to catch a glimpse of something new. On my most recent trip, I took my first visit to the sumptuously gorgeous Musée de Cluny. The museum, which has recently been renamed Musée national du Moyen Âge, is most […]

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Murakami @ Galerie Perrotin, Paris

Galerie Perrotin in Paris is quite possibly the most beautiful commercial gallery space I have ever visited. The building which is housed in le Marais invites its visitors inside with two grand staircases up to a sumptuous two-storey white building, covered with greenery. Currently its insides are playing host to Takashi Murakami, an artist who […]

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Ai Weiwei @ Le Bon Marché

My favourite department store in Paris is without a doubt Le Bon Marché. Unlike the more famous Galeries Lafayette, the shop is a more manageable size and is often free of the hoards of tourists that are constantly cluttering the breathing space on Boulevard Haussmann. Moreover, Le Bon Marché always has the most beautiful windows […]

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Tintin @ Somerset House

Honestly I haven’t seen any exhibitions recently that have really impressed me. Around Christmas there always seems to be a lull in good things to see. However, that all changed after a trip to see TINTIN: Hergé’s Masterpiece at Somerset House. Tintin is a globally loved cartoon character who was first penned by Belgian artist […]

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